Collaborative Knowledge Management, powered by the Semantic Web

Wikis and social software have revolutionized the ways we create and distribute knowledge. The Semantic Web has already begun to transform the ways we maintain, discover and share knowledge across platforms.

The KiWi - "Knowledge in a Wiki" - project proposes a new approach to knowledge management that combines the wiki philosophy with the intelligence and methods of the Semantic Web.

Pages to get you started:

  • KiWi-Vision: An introduction to KiWi's core ideas, ideal for non-technical audiences.
  • KiWi-System: Learn how KiWi aims to break system and information boundaries!
  • The Use Cases: Of particular interest for businesses and people from the industry.
  • KiWi is a blogger! Read what the project members have been up to.
  • Project Wiki: Wiki and internal workspace for KiWi project members (NOT identical with KiWi).

 

 

The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community‘s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement  No. 211932.